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Government to extend ICE ban?

According to a recent report in the Daily Telegraph (12 May), the government is to extend its deadline on the sale of petrol-powered motorcycles...

Covec extends range with Dane and Macna

British riding jeans specialist and distributor Covec, has announced two new brands. Best known for its Bull-It protective jeans, but also a distributor for...

RallyMoto launches new mag

RallyMoto encompasses everything related to promoting and facilitating roadbook adventure rallying. Since 2011, the company has been organising events, providing equipment hire and training...

Zero targets commuters

With the ‘legacy’ motorcycle market still looking tough for full-power electric bike makers, firms like Zero are on the hunt for new customers. And...

ON THE ROSTRUM

The Fleet Auction Group is getting even more serious about two-wheel remarketing. Its monthly motorcycle auctions are about to receive a significant upgrade, which...

Dorna’s done deal?

Over-excitement relating to the buyout of a controlling stake in exclusive MotoGP commercial rights holder Dorna Sports, by US-based Formula One car racing owner...

BEN Ball

Tickets are now on sale for automotive charity BEN’s annual Christmas ball, which takes place on 11 December at Old Billingsgate Market in London....

Great start to the season for H&H Auctions

The National Motorcycle Museum’s auction partner, H&H Classics, had a strong first sale of the season at the end of March, with more than...

KTM launches warranty extension and demo ride drive

Service-activated warranty extensions are becoming common for manufacturers keen to keep owners within their dealer networks. The offers are simple enough: get your bike...

GreenlandMX extends MXGP partnership

Infront Moto Racing has announced that the existing partnership between GreenlandMX and MXGP has been extended, keeping the Spanish online store as part of...

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Government to extend ICE ban?

According to a recent report in the Daily Telegraph (12 May), the government is...